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CE10.19 The Neck and Cranium: Detailing Session 7 is a Course

CE10.19 The Neck and Cranium: Detailing Session 7

Nov 8 - Nov 10, 2019

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Full course description

  November 8-10, 2019
8:30am - 5:30pm
Course Number:
  Sally Klemm
  $500 (or $450 if registered by 9/1/2019)
+ $50 administrative fee
CE Credits:
  3 DIRI Required Intermediate Credits
22.5 NCBTMB Continuing Education Hours
Class Info:
Housing Info:
  Terri Keppinger (808) 769-2097

For Camp Homelani lodging view

This is a 3 day residential workshop on the neck and cranium.

We will take a deep dive into the contemporary neurological/structural systems, relevant history, myth and magic of the 7th session territory.

Content will include an array of fascial techniques for working with the cranium that cover the spectrum of touch from the subtle to direct.
Particular emphasis will be given to refining technique appropriate for intra cranial tissue. Intra-oral and nasal work will be included.
Pertinent neurological and psychobiological responses will be identified.

Our multi-dimensional approach for strategizing interventions will focus on recognizing inter and intra-segmental relationships within a holistic framework. This approach will be supported by:
  • Anatomically correct 3-D models,
  • Quality visuals,
  • Comprehensive lectures,
  • Explicit demonstrations
  • Ample hands-on experience guided by inherent listening and embodied presence

This class is designed to deepen the capabilities of the 7th session and to broaden the practitioner's scope in preparation for Advanced Training.

Your take home will be the benefits of:
  • Increased confidence transmitted in your touch
  • More specific and appropriate intra-oral technique
  • Ability to respond to client specific issues
  • Effective and deeply pleasing upper cervical work
Sally Klemm, Advanced Faculty Member of The Rolf Institute®, is an internationally recognized instructor who teaches worldwide and maintains a private practice on Oahu and Kauai, Hawaii. She began her training in cranial sacral therapy with Jim Asher just prior to studying Rolfing® with Jan H. Sultan in 1985.

Sally's extraordinary ability to blend an organized cognitive style with deeply intuitive understanding reflects her fascination with the interface of psyche and soma. She holds a BA from the University of CA at Berkeley and a Master's Degree in Education. Her teaching style creates a relaxed atmosphere that supports a variety of learning styles